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[ATTACH=RIGHT]15743[/ATTACH]Months after its release, with over 3 million units already sold, Apple's iPad was still eliciting excitement among consumers of all ages during a recent visit to an Apple store in West Nyack, NY. Such a high-level of consumer engagement combined with Apple's notorious reputation for tightly controlled user environments should have publishers and advertisers banging down Steve Jobs' door to get their content in front of all those users' i-balls. Anticipating this, Apple is pitching app sponsorship as an easy way for would-be advertisers to hop aboard the iPad locomotive, a ride complete with unlimited servings of marketing gravy …
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A little over a year ago Barack Obama surged to victory using social media to drive his energized base to the polls. Tonight in Massachusetts, Republican Scott Brown turned the tables and used those same tools to help defeat Democrat Martha Coakley and win the Senate seat held by Ted Kennedy for almost 50 years. His victory proves the true power of the web to define the very fabric of our political process moving forward. [B]Brown Was Everywhere[/B] I had an inkling this election wasn't going to go well for the Democrats when over the last several days I saw …
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It's kind of a quiet Monday morning on Wall Street, with Treasury Secretary Henry Paulsen's proposal to further regulate and consolidate the U.S.'s financial markets (by bringing heavier Federal Reserve oversight over bank lending, hedge fund risk assessment, stricter controls over the stocks market and currencies market - even tighter scrutiny over your local mortgage broker.) Don't get too excited - it will take months for Congress to act on these proposals, if it acts act all. Rep. presidential candidate John McCain issued a statement saying he didn't think that action wouldn't be taken until after the November elections. The …
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